Backstage News On Jeff Cobb's Contract Status With ALL ELITE WRESTLING

Backstage News On Jeff Cobb's Contract Status With ALL ELITE WRESTLING

The former ROH World Television Champion made a surprise appearance on Dynamite this Wednesday; however, does it mean that Jeff Cobb is now all elite? Get more information on Cobb's contract status here.

By EliteGuy101 - Feb 13, 2020 08:02 PM EST
Filed Under: AEW
Source: wrestletalk.com
To the shock of many on Dynamite, former ROH World Television Champion Jeff Cobb made his debut for AEW this past week.

In an update on the situation involving Cobb and AEW, it appears that the Hawaii native hasn’t signed a full-time contract with the promotion, though Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer reports that Cody himself has offered Cobb a full-time contract.

The 37-year-old has been a free agent since his ROH contract expired late last year and continues to work for the promotion on a per appearance basis. Cobb is advertised for several upcoming ROH shows including Supercard of Honor and its expected of him to fulfill those obligations unless he decides to sign with AEW.

The former ROH World Television Champion wants to continue working for New Japan Pro Wrestling, which is one of the reasons he signed with ROH. Anything can change of course; however, Cobb is currently penciled in for just his match against Jon Moxley next week.

In terms of a relationship between ROH and AEW, Meltzer states that the two sides aren’t on any working agreement. Officials reportedly approached Cobb himself and footage used to promote the ROH star came from All Pro Wrestling.
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